Maureen Revait

Maureen graduated from Carleton University with a Bachelor of Journalism in 2008. Born and raised in Windsor she returned to the city and freelanced for two years before landing a permanent position with BlackburnNews.com. Since 2010 she's reported in Windsor, Essex County and Chatham-Kent.

The Windsor University Faculty Association flag at Windsor's 2014 Labour Day Parade. (Photo by Adelle Loiselle.)

WUFA Sets Strike Deadline

The Windsor University Faculty Association will go on strike at 12:01am October 1 if no settlement is reached with the university.

Expanding Entrepreneurship Programming

The business accelerator and entrepreneurship centre at the University of Windsor is receiving a $1.1-million grant from the provincial government to expand and improve services.

The Libro Credit Union Centre in Amherstburg, August 19 2014. (Photo by Adelle Loiselle.)

Savings At Amherstburg Libro Centre

The manager of operations of the Libro Centre in Amherstburg is projecting around a $300,000 savings in operations of the town’s recreation centre.

Windsor mayoral candidate Drew Dilkens presents the first part of his campaign platform, Sept. 19, 2014. (Photo by Maureen Revait).

Dilkens Following Current Plan

Windsor Mayoral candidate Drew Dilkens is campaigning on a four-point plan that builds on the current council’s direction.